Assisi Walking Adventure Guide

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Each year millions visit Assisi, the home of Saints Francis and Clare, but few experience many of the hidden treasures of the city and the surrounding Umbrian countryside. If you love to walk, explore, learn, discover and appreciate nature's wonders, read this guide and begin your adventures in one of the most inspiring places on earth! More
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About John Litwinovich

John Litwinovich lives, writes and runs in California when he's not wandering around Mount Subasio and discovering the treasures of Assisi.

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Review by: Ianus Christius on April 14, 2014 :
This would be a great adventure and pilgrimage for travelers like me.
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Review by: Candida Martinelli on Feb. 5, 2014 :
The Assisi Walking Adventure Guide attempts to bridge the gap between the past and the present for visitors to St. Francis of Assisi's haunts. The roughly thirty sections of the book, each with photographs, give the modern visitor lots of choices for the short time they will probably spend in Assisi. You can remain in Assisi self, or venture out to nearby villages with the guide's help.

The author has a gentle sense of humor and speaks directly to his fellow walker in his precise descriptions of where to go and what to see, what maps or books are helpful, what tickets are required, and even where you can get a bite to eat at a reasonable price. The text is scrupulously edited, as well, which is refreshing for an indie-published book.

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Review by: Het Meyric on Aug. 23, 2012 :
This book makes me want to return to Umbria. The walks describe the routes clearly, there are anecdotes that I'll enjoy reading along the way, and the photos are nice too. I've been writing books about cities (Venice, Paris so far) and have seen many that fail to live up to these standards!
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